Waldorf - The Garden Terrace View

Some of the dishes served  at The Garden Terrace
Some of the dishes served
at The Garden Terrace
Some of the dishes served  at The Garden Terrace
Some of the dishes served
at The Garden Terrace
Some of the dishes served  at The Garden Terrace
Some of the dishes served
at The Garden Terrace

The Waldorf-Astoria Jerusalem announces the official opening of its latest culinary offering: The Garden Terrace. Located on the rooftop of the historic restored building, the Garden Terrace takes advantage of the cool air of Jerusalem’s evenings while ensuring a sense of quiet seclusion just above the city’s downtown areas.

Featuring a fully stocked bar with a newly designed cocktail menu and an internationally gathered cigar collection available to guests, the menu for the Garden Terrace has been designed by the hotel’s executive chef Itzik Barak, presenting a wide variety of Mediterranean-inspired tapas dishes.

Diners are invited to select from a range of dishes–from veal spareribs to fresh fish seviche and Chef Barak’s take on traditional meatballs which are battered in a beer-infused tempura and served with pepper cream. The all-kosher menu relies on the freshest ingredients and highest-quality meats and fish all available to be combined with fine wines, liquors, and drinks mixed to order.

Designing the menu and the overall experience has been a project months in the making with the goal of making the Garden Terrace a sought-after location in Jerusalem for the ideal evening of relaxation.

The Waldorf-Astoria Jerusalem has already assumed a reputation as one of the world’s best luxury hotels, including being named as the top hotel in the Middle East by readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine. The Garden Terrace is the third restaurant located in the hotel alongside the Palace and the Kings Court, both of which have received acclaim for introducing a new style of dining to Jerusalem.

“The Garden Terrace introduces a new level of culture to the city that puts delicious food and drink at the forefront, all presented in a setting that is uniquely Jerusalem,” says Guy Klaiman, general manager of the Waldorf-Astoria Jerusalem. “We look forward to seeing this quickly becoming a landmark to be appreciated by anyone looking for a quality and optimally enjoyable evening.”

The Garden Terrace at the Waldorf-Astoria Jerusalem is open Sunday—Thursday 5:30—11:00 p.m. For advance reservations (recommended) please call 02-5423333. v

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